During his 25 years working in professional photography, Grant Scott has been art director for such magazines as Elle and Tatler, and since 2000 has worked as a photographer, editor, writer, lecturer and creative director. His clients have included Sothebys, Vogue, Elle Decoration, The Guardian Magazine, Glamour, Sony Ericsson, and Bang & Olufsen, amongst others. His work has been exhibited internationally.
An early champion of DSLR moving image creation, Scott has spoken and written widely on the subject. He edited Professional Photographer and Photography Monthly magazines in the UK, before launching his own title Hungry Eye, a monthly magazine for professional photographers and filmmakers, in 2011. He has since established unitednationsofphotography.com, an online platform and publisher promoting informed and engaged lens-based media discussion.
Scott has judged a number of international photographic awards, and has published writings on design and photography, including At Home with the Makers of Style, in 2006. Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained will be one of two books of his thoughts on the world of professional photography and the moving image to be published in 2014. Grant is also a senior lecturer in photography at the University of Gloucestershire, in the UK.